A painting of people in an old church

Musée Gustave Moreau

May 25, 2011

The Musée Gustave Moreau is exceptionally well-hidden down a small side-street in the 9th arrondissement, yet it is well worth the detour to discover what lies within this seemingly small building. Stepping inside the small door you are greeted by…

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A store front with several shelves of pottery.


March 25, 2011

Terrienne is a small pottery workshop in the 11th arrondissement where it is possible to learn the art of throwing clay in the form of a short course or an ongoing learning process. Run by Alexis Duclos, an American expatriate renowned…

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A street sign on the side of a building.

A Pocket of Paris: rue Quincampoix

September 26, 2010

It’s September again and fall will soon arrive in Paris which means the city has woken up from its August hibernation. The tourists are gone, the shops are open, the children are back in school, and galleries are redecorating their…

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A poster of an event with the sun shining through.

La Nuit des Musées (May 15th)

May 12, 2010

This Saturday – Pay a Nocturnal Visit to Paris’s Museums…For Free! Entering the Louvre at night without paying would normally result in a visit to the Commissariat de Police, but this Saturday the inhabitants of Paris will be encouraged to…

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